Just taking a look at http://doodle.com/27ffgkdm5gxzr654 again - we've had
10 people respond so far. The winning time so far is Monday 2100UTC - 7
"yes" and one "If I have to".

... but the 2 people who can't make that time work in UTC or CET. Finding a
time that includes those people rules out people who work in Eastern
Australia and New Zealand. Purely in terms of getting the biggest numbers
in, Monday 2100UTC seems like the most workable time so far.

On Tue, Dec 2, 2014 at 4:25 PM, Derek Higgins <der...@redhat.com> wrote:

> On 02/12/14 15:12, Giulio Fidente wrote:
> > On 12/02/2014 03:45 PM, Derek Higgins wrote:
> >> On 02/12/14 14:10, James Polley wrote:
> >>> Months ago, I pushed for us to alternate meeting times to something
> that
> >>> was friendlier to me, so we started doing alternate weeks at 0700UTC.
> >>> That worked well for me, but wasn't working so well for a few people in
> >>> Europe, so we decided to give 0800UTC a try. Then DST changes happened,
> >>> and wiki pages got out of sync, and there was confusion about what time
> >>> the meeting is at..
> >>>
> >>> The alternate meeting hasn't been very well attended for the last ~3
> >>> meetings. Partly I think that's due to summit and travel plans, but it
> >>> seems like the 0800UTC time doesn't work very well for quite a few
> >>> people.
> >>>
> >>> So, instead of trying things at random, I've
> >>> created
> https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/tripleo-alternate-meeting-time
> >>> as a starting point for figuring out what meeting time might work well
> >>> for the most people. Obviously the world is round, and people have
> >>> different schedules, and we're never going to get a meeting time that
> >>> works well for everyone - but it'd be nice to try to maximise
> attendance
> >>> (and minimise inconvenience) as much as we can.
> >>>
> >>> If you regularly attend, or would like to attend, the meeting, please
> >>> take a moment to look at the etherpad to register your vote for which
> >>> time works best for you. There's even a section for you to cast your
> >>> vote if the UTC1900 meeting (aka the "main" or "US-Friendly" meeting)
> >>> works better for you!
> >>
> >>
> >> Can I suggest an alternative data gathering method, I've put each hour
> >> in a week in a poll, for each slot you have 3 options
> >
> > I think it is great, but would be even better if we could trim it to
> > just a *single* day and once we agreed on the timeframe, we decide on
> > the day as that probably won't count much so long as it is a weekday I
> > suppose
>
> I think leaving the whole week in there is better, some people may have
> different schedules on different weekdays, me for example ;-)
>
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